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post #331 of 1976
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Originally Posted by xzcc View Post
 

 

Rockbox has an automated system for building manuals for every player based on firmware settings and keymap, I'll try to build.

Hello @xzcc, Did you try to build manual? I think that here are a lot of people hardly waiting for the manual.

post #332 of 1976
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Originally Posted by Varoudis View Post
 

coming from an ipod5th RBed I've got a couple of questions.

 

How to you make changes on the 'parametric eq'?? (it used to the the ipod wheel)

Can you contenue playing music while editing the menu? (leave 'now playing' screen)?

 

thanks

Hi Varoudis,

Can you let us know how the SQ compares to the rockboxed 5th gen ipod?

 

Thanks!

post #333 of 1976
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Originally Posted by Reima View Post
 

Check out post #322.


still not working - i downloaded the "Nocturnal_ADB_Fastboot" file, but Samsung is still not part of list of drivers. i then opted for the Intel drivers. but it doesn't want to install them at my system is using an AMD APU. just about to give up on this system - i'd try it in another system.

post #334 of 1976
Finally, thx for all of the suggestions. I can restore the firmware thru recovery mode. The trick is the
microsd being formatted as fat or fat32.
post #335 of 1976
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Originally Posted by karloil View Post
 


still not working - i downloaded the "Nocturnal_ADB_Fastboot" file, but Samsung is still not part of list of drivers. i then opted for the Intel drivers. but it doesn't want to install them at my system is using an AMD APU. just about to give up on this system - i'd try it in another system.

I tried last night without much success, will give it another try over the weekend.

BTW I am using Windows 7.


Edited by Reima - 3/21/14 at 5:42am
post #336 of 1976

If i tap on shuffle icon on the touchscreen, the volume goes down, and shuffle is not toggled. Is it possible, to set some settings, that change touchscreen behavier. I didn't noticed some major difference, if i change on 3x3 setting or Absolute point?

post #337 of 1976
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Originally Posted by karloil View Post
 


still not working - i downloaded the "Nocturnal_ADB_Fastboot" file, but Samsung is still not part of list of drivers. i then opted for the Intel drivers. but it doesn't want to install them at my system is using an AMD APU. just about to give up on this system - i'd try it in another system.

I'll have to edit my write-up a bit to add some more details in later today when I have some free time - I did it up pretty quick yesterday :p 

 

After you run the USB_Drivers_1.5.27.0.exe file, you should be able to go into Device Manager, select the Android device under Other Hardware then right-click and select Update driver software.  Browse computer for driver software > Let me pick from list of drivers and IIRC it doesn't display as Samsung, but Android Phone - select that and then Next and choose SAMSUNG Android ADB Interface Version: 2.11.7.0 (the latest one) and Next.  Then, it should appear as an 'Android Phone' as SAMSUNG Android ADB Interface, and you should be able to find it using the ADB command :o 

 

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Originally Posted by ratinox View Post


I recommend adding a specific note about installing the fonts bundle. Some theme brokenness goes away with all of the fonts installed.
 
Ah, good point - I'll add that notation in too.  I did notice that even for CustomArt, it was off by a pixel until I changed the font, so I'll have to test it with other themes.

Edited by modulor - 3/21/14 at 5:56am
post #338 of 1976

Finally I am satisfied with my portable rig: DX50+RB -> UHA-6SII -> DIY CIEM (5 driver/4-way!).  I like its sound even more than ODAC+O2+Mod Q701!

Really enjoying RockBox now. Thanks for your work!

 

 

post #339 of 1976

CenterArt is great, thanks for the tuto.

Any idea to recycle the bottom line used for date ?

How do you click to access the shuffle parameters?

post #340 of 1976

Revised my write-up a bit: http://www.head-fi.org/t/709855/ibasso-dx50-rockbox-finally-here-latest-update-2014-03-15/315#post_10379952

post #341 of 1976

My experience with RB ADB: we need to do three things:

 

1. Install ADB USB Driver

    I tried two ways, both worked:

·        From SDK installation (you can download it here, make sure to pick the right version). After extracting it to a folder, run the “SDK Manager”, pick at least “Platform-Tools” and “USB Driver”, and install. This only provides you the driver (and ABD binaries) and you then still need to manually install it through Device Manager if on Windows. Or

·        (Much easier) just run a universal ADB driver installer such as from here;

After installing the adb usb driver, DX50 should be recognized as an Android ADB Interface under "Samsung Android Phone". “ADB DEVICES” command should also list it out. If doesn't, see issues I had below.

 

2. Find ADB binaries

·        If you installed SDK, the binaries are already there in the folder  sdk/platform-tools;

·        You can also find some minimum install ADB (without downloading and installing the big SDK package) from here or many other places.

 

3. Run QtADB

You can find it either here (formal version) or here (cwm edition, post#807, thanks to Artful). When asked for ADB binaries, just choose the folder you put those files in step 2.

 

 

And you should be good to go. There are also many other pages where you can find  the needed files.

 

Just for your reference, these are issues I had and solutions I found:

 

·        SDK Manager doesn’t run. Please refer to this page. This was a big headache. Problems I had were:1) Java jdk path needed to be added to system variables -> path; and 2) Got rid of a “&” in the SDK folder path.

·        ADB doesn’t find DX50. Most likely the driver is not properly installed, or as Headwhacker has pointed out, you need to do something to that adb_usb.ini file. I had no such a file at all after driver installation and I had to create one by myself under C:/user/xxxx/.android and add DX50’s VID (0x2207) in it. Just put these numbers in and you don’t need anything else. You can have some descriptions starting from a # if you’d like to.

·        QtADB doesn’t run. My Windows 7 would kill it when I opened it. Try the cwm_edition, or an earlier version of QtABD (say V 0.7.3).

 

Hope this could help.

 

post #342 of 1976
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Originally Posted by penchant View Post
 

Finally I am satisfied with my portable rig: DX50+RB -> UHA-6SII -> DIY CIEM (5 driver/4-way!).  I like its sound even more than ODAC+O2+Mod Q701!

Really enjoying RockBox now. Thanks for your work!

 

 

Which theme is that running on your dx50?

post #343 of 1976
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Originally Posted by penchant View Post
 

Finally I am satisfied with my portable rig: DX50+RB -> UHA-6SII -> DIY CIEM (5 driver/4-way!).  I like its sound even more than ODAC+O2+Mod Q701!

Really enjoying RockBox now. Thanks for your work!

 

 

Same setup here mate. I have tried a couple of amps with DX50 and the 6SMKII brings out the best out of DX50. I like the O2 which has is somewhat similar, but the dimension clearly make the Leckerton a better choice.

 

Did I get you right there with DIY ciem which you "did-it-youself") or is it a reshell of a uiem with a custom shel like what UM does?

post #344 of 1976
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Originally Posted by modulor View Post

 

After you run the USB_Drivers_1.5.27.0.exe file, you should be able to go into Device Manager, select the Android device under Other Hardware then right-click and select Update driver software.  Browse computer for driver software > Let me pick from list of drivers and IIRC it doesn't display as Samsung, but Android Phone - select that and then Next and choose SAMSUNG Android ADB Interface Version: 2.11.7.0 (the latest one) and Next.  Then, it should appear as an 'Android Phone' as SAMSUNG Android ADB Interface, and you should be able to find it using the ADB command :o 

 

 

i also don't have Android Phone in the selection. :confused:

post #345 of 1976

Yeah, tell us more about those CIEM's! penchant ( a token  comment re' the DX50 should satisfy topicality :D )

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